Spicy Pork, Peanut and Sweet Potato Green Chili Curry


2011 Well Dressed Food Recipe Contest entry submitted by Joanna J. of Flower Mound, TX. Try it and rate it!

Spicy Peanut Chicken Chili

Contest Winner

2011 Well Dressed Food Recipe Contest entry submitted by Judy A. of Prairieville, LA. Try it and rate it!

North Country Tomato Oatmeal Pancakes


2011 Well Dressed Food Recipe Contest entry submitted by Alida N. of Pittsburg, CA. Try it and rate it!

Baked Buttermilk Chicken Dippers

Well Dressed Food Buttermilk Baked Chicken Dippers

Buttermilk has long been used as a tenderizer and is the secret to making these dippers amazingly moist & tender.

Turkey Croissants with Sweet Onion Jam


Croissants by themselves are amazing. This simple recipe brings them up a notch. We mix the smooth, creamy texture of fresh avacados with turkey and bacon. Our Sweet Onion Jam ties it all together. Enjoy!

Pork Tenderloin with Firepit Dry Rub


Our Firepit Dry Rub gives great flavor to this moist Roasted Pork Tenderloin recipe. You probably haven’t roasted a pork tenderloin this way before, but we think you’ll love the results. Enjoy!

Grilled Chicken Tenders with McIntosh Hot Pepper Jam/Tequila Glaze


Our McIntosh Hot Pepper Jam (with a little help from Tequila) creates a fantastic marinade for grilled chicken tenders. You can also use this marinade for boneless or bone-in chicken breasts. Enjoy!

Perfect Grilled Baby Back Ribs


We think these are the best baby back ribs you’ll ever try. The long, slow cooking in the oven before grilling keeps them very moist and the tender meat will fall off of the ribs. The final grilling will seal in the flavor and create a perfect blackened crust.

Firepit Turkey Meatloaf


This is our favorite meatloaf recipe. The best thing is that no one will know that you used ground turkey instead of ground beef! Our Firepit Grilling Sauce gives it great flavor and keeps it very moist.

Chicken Satay with Spicy Asian Peanut Sauce


Our Spicy Asian Peanut Sauce pairs perfectly with grilled chicken. If you don’t want to fire up the grill, you can cook the chicken in the oven or in a grill pan on the stove. You can serve each skewer with the peanut sauce on the side, or brush the sauce over each skewer before you serve.